A two-component Point Doppler Velocimeter (PDV) system has been improved through the use of vapor-limited iodine cells that have responses that are insensitive to temperature variations. Two-component PDV velocity measurements have been obtained for a 1 inch diameter uniform circular jet flow at a nominal exit velocity of 60 m/sec, corresponding to a Reynolds number of 100,000. Similar data have also been obtained for an annular jet and a swirling jet, These PDV data runs have been duplicated to judge the repeatability of these measurements, and also have been compared with hot wire anemometer data for the same flow conditions. PDV mean velocity results are repeatable to within approximately 1-2 meters per second; the PDV RMS velocity results are also quite repeatable. Exit profiles of PDV mean axial velocity data generally agree with hot wire anemometer results to within about 2 meters per second as well. However, the PDV RMS velocity results are consistently lower than the hot wire results everywhere but at the exit of the standard jet, where they are too high relative to the hot wire data. This is believed to at least be partially due to the method used to compute the RMS (Root Mean Square).